Retired Motorcycle Officer Endorses Lightning Strike
My name is Al Contreras and I am a retired Phoenix Police Motor Officer. I rode Motors for 28 years, since 1976. I have had several Motorcycles since I started and have logged thousands of miles. One of the hazards of riding in the city is having traffic turn left in front of you. I was taught by my instructor to flash my “high beam” a few times to make sure that the driver of the other vehicle is aware of me when he is turning left. At one point, I had a Kawasaki KZ1000P with a headlight modulator. Each time a vehicle would attempt to turn in front of me, I would activate my headlight modulator and it seems that the driver would see me and wait for me to pass.
When it was time to turn in my Motorcycle for a new one, my headlight modulator was not transferred to the new Motor. I started flashing the high beam light a few times and it seemed to work just fine.
As the owner of Lightning Strike, you installed a “Lightning Strike” system on my personal Motorcycle. The Lightning Strike system is much brighter than my headlight and I have used it numerous times and I can see the drivers in the other vehicles looking at me. These amber lights really draw the attention of other drivers driving in the opposite direction. I’m sure that these lights have “saved” me a time or two.
You gave me a few of your business cards and I happily pass them out to my Motorcycle friends. I believe that this “lightning Strike” system is well worth the price in safety and peace of mind. I highly recommend this system.
Phoenix Police, Retired